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Walter C. Uhler is an independent scholar and freelance writer whose work has been published in numerous publications, including The Nation, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, the Journal of Military History, the Moscow Times and the San Francisco Chronicle. He also is President of the Russian-American International Studies Association (RAISA).

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Friday, July 25, 2014     

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The West's Hysterical Pseudo-Environment, Operation RYAN, and World War III
The world nearly suffered a preemptive nuclear attack by the Soviet Union in 1983, after incessant hostile rhetoric by the U.S. reached its peak with the downing of KAL-007. It convinced Soviet leaders that U.S-NATO exercise in November was a cover for an actual preemptive nuclear strike.

Saturday, July 19, 2014     

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Who's Responsible for Shooting Down Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17?
(4 comments) Although the mainstream news media remains absorbed in the anti-Russia, anti-separatist narrative propagated by the White House, less than bullet-proof evidence has emerged to indicate that the shoot down of Flight MH17 was a false flag operation.

Tuesday, July 8, 2014     

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Examining the Flashpoints in Ukraine
(1 comments) The crisis in Ukraine, in the final analysis, boils down to Russia's willingness to go to war rather than allow NATO forces and weapons in its back yard. Americans should understand, given that their leaders once threatened nuclear war over the issue of Russian missiles in Cuba.

Tuesday, June 24, 2014     

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Why Russia Probably will not Bomb Kiev's Forces in Eastern Ukraine
(4 comments) Although President George H. W. Bush set a precedent when he ordered the bombing of Panama, which he justified in part by claiming a need to protect the lives of Americans living there, it is unlikely that President Putin will bomb Kiev's coup regime forces in eastern Ukraine to protect the many Russians living there. Russia is not the mad bomber that America has become.

Wednesday, June 11, 2014     

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Part Two: The Propaganda War over Ukraine: The New York Times vs. Russia's "White Book" (December 2013)
(2 comments) Incompetent or dishonest reporting by the Times in December 2013 caused readers to miss the violence perpetrated by neo-Nazis at Maidan and, thus, believe that a legitimate revolution was occurring, rather than an illegal coup.

Thursday, May 22, 2014     

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The "Stinky Inky," Part VII: Trudy Rubin's Astounding Ignorance about Russia
Anti-Putin hysterics have displaced disinterested scholarly analysis in Trudy Rubin's recent columns about event in Ukraine.

Wednesday, May 7, 2014     

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Part One: The Propaganda War over Ukraine: The New York Times vs. Russia's "White Book"
As early as 28 November 2013, the New York Times decided to launch a propaganda campaign against Russia for its "strong-arm tactics" against Ukraine. It has continued to this day.

Thursday, April 17, 2014     

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Dear NATO: Are You Lying about Russia or Simply Incompetent?
(1 comments) NATO's recent "fact sheet," designed to rebut Russian propaganda, is itself riddled with propaganda

Friday, March 14, 2014     

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The Hypocritical United States of Amnesia and Russia
(5 comments) Due to its amnesia, Americans forget the many violations of national sovereignty committed by their government, as well as NATO's and the EU's relentless expansionism that now threatens to encircle Russia. All they see, alas, is Putin's interference in the Crimea.

Thursday, March 6, 2014     

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Did Right-Wing Protesters Hire Snipers to Kill Protesters and Police at Maidan?
(38 comments) Evidence indicates that protesters in Ukraine hired snipers whose murders could be blamed on the government of Viktor Yanukovych. Rather than rushing to recognize such people as the new rulers in Ukraine, the US, EU and Russia must investigate. In the process, Vladimir Putin's decision to send troops to the Crimea might be seen in a new light.

Wednesday, October 9, 2013     

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The Historical Jesus and New Testament Rubbish: Part Two: Jesus' Transformation into Christ (God's Begotten Son)
(52 comments) In part two of my review of Zealot, by Reza Aslan and Christian Beginnings, by Geza Vermes, I address the conflict between Paul and Jesus' brother James as well as the four contradictory explanations in the New Testament concerning when Jesus became Christ.

Monday, October 7, 2013     

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The Historical Jesus and New Testament Rubbish: Part One: The Road to Golgotha
(16 comments) This is part one of a review essay of two books devoted to the subject of the historical Jesus

Monday, September 23, 2013     

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Fifty Years after the August 28, 1963, March on Washington
Over the past fifty years Americans have forgotten the main objective of the March on Washington. A new book by Professor William Jones restores that forgotten history.

Wednesday, May 8, 2013     

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American Militarism: Part Two (Charles Krauthammer)
In order to divert blame from the Bush administration, the neoconservatives and himself for the illegal, immoral invasion of Iraq, Charles Krauthammer has deceitfully placed blame on President Obama losing Iraq.

Monday, April 22, 2013     

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American Militarism: Part One (Rachel Maddow)
On April 14th Rachel Maddow spoke at the University of Pennsylvania to describe and decry the many reasons why war has become so extremely easy to initiate in the United States.

Saturday, March 23, 2013     

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Republicans and the Iraq War: Ten Years Later
(1 comments) Ten years later, a large majority of Republicans remain clueless about the heinous war crimes committed by their party's leader -- George W. Bush.

Monday, November 12, 2012     

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Fox News, Benghazi and President Reagan
(2 comments) Fox News deals in misinformation and lies. It misled it viewers during the election campaign and it is misleading them on Benghazi. What they won't do, however, is compare the attack on Benghazi with the three attacks on the U.S. in Beirut -- in 18 months! -- during President Reagan's watch.

Monday, November 5, 2012     

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Thinking about Racism as the Election Draws Near
(7 comments) As recent survey by three reputable scholars found that Republicans far exceed Democrats or Independents when tested for indications of explicit antiblack racism. But, then, racism and conservatism have long been linked in American history.

Sunday, October 21, 2012     

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Mendacious Mitt Politicizes Benghazi
As he demonstrated by politicizing the tragedy in Benghazi, Mitt Romney shares George W. Bush's contempt for facts and truth. That's why he shouldn't be elected to become our next Commander in Chief

Monday, October 1, 2012     

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Did Mike McQueary Commit Perjury?
(67 comments) There's a material difference in Mike McQueary's sworn testimony before his email of November 15, 2011 was published and after it was published. The difference might constitute perjury.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012     

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Why Bush, Cheney and the Neocons Failed to Protect America from al-Qaeda's Vicious Attacks
(17 comments) Urgency about regime change in Iraq, rather than urgency about intelligence indicating an imminent al-Qaeda attack explains the failure of Bush, Cheney and the neocons to adequately prepare for 9/11.

Wednesday, September 5, 2012     

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Hitting Penn State's Board of Trustees Where it Hurts
(24 comments) The movement to peacefully topple Penn State's Board of Trustees has gained momentum, especially with the announcement of a "Rally for Resignation" to take place on Sept. 15th. Anorther way to get the attention of the BOT is to threaten to change previous plans to contribute to the university.

Thursday, August 30, 2012     

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Former Chairmen of Penn State's Faculty Senate Repudiate the Freeh Report and Decry Unjust NCAA Sanctions
(2 comments) Former charimen of Penn State's Faculty Senate have issued a statement repudiating the Freeh Report and the NCAA sanctions based upon it.

Monday, August 27, 2012     

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Another Media Clown Show Stupifies Minds About Penn State
(23 comments) Three days ago, Philadelphia's NBC TV 10 6:00 PM News aired a broadcast, actually a clown show under the guise of a news report, about Penn State that could not but further stupify the public about the Sandusky scandal.

Thursday, August 23, 2012     

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The Tide Begins to Turn on the Sandusky Scandal
(4 comments) With the counteroffensive launched by former Penn State President Graham Spanier and his laywers yesterday, the tide has begun to turn in the Sandusky scandal. John Ziegler's hilarious animation -- which deserves to go viral -- shows just how absurd Freeh's allegation of a cover-up by Paterno et. al. actually is.

Tuesday, August 14, 2012     

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BIG LIES in the Grand Jury and Freeh Reports, a New Poll and "Framing Paterno"
(8 comments) A new poll commissioned by John Ziegler of "Framing Paterno" demonstrates the pervasive ignorance of Americans, when it comes to the facts implicating Joe Paterno in the Sandusky scandal

Friday, July 27, 2012     

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The Freeh Report, Joe Paterno and NCAA Sanctions
(36 comments) The facts in the Freeh Report concerning the investigation of Jerry Sandusky in 1998do not support the irresponsible conclusions reached by the authors of that report.

Thursday, July 19, 2012     

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The Freeh Report and Joe Paterno
(2 comments) The Philadelphia Inquirer continued its record of shoddy journalism with its coverage of the Freeh Report

Monday, June 4, 2012     

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Part One: Making it Up as We Go Along: Religion in Human Evolution
(8 comments) Part One examines human evolution as the basis for examinging the origins and evolution of religion

Monday, March 26, 2012     

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My Letter to Jerry Sandusky's Lawyer and His Grateful Response
Jerry Sandusky's lawyer greatly appreciated the news that the grand jury report contained false assertions about his client.

Tuesday, March 13, 2012     

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Republicans Court the "White Trash" Vote in Alabama and Mississippi
(2 comments) The so-called moral and religious superiority of Christians in the American South is contradicted by the many social pathologies that plague that region

Wednesday, February 15, 2012     

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Let's Reverse the Spread of the Social Diseases Already Blighting the Republican-Controlled American South
Given pervasiveness of social pathologies in the Republican-controlled South, Americans should be wary of allowing any Southern Republican to bring his values to the entire country.

Wednesday, February 8, 2012     

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Incompetent Journalists at the Philadelphia Inquirer Slandered Joe Paterno
Like it did when it reported false assertions by the Bush administration about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, the media has reported the false assertions contained in the grand jury presentment as fact and, in reaction to those false assertions, has slandered Joe Paterno.

Tuesday, January 24, 2012     

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Gingrich Wins in the "Sahara of the Bozart"
The applause of Newt Gingrich's symbolic racism by Republicans in South Carolina demonstrates that racism is alive and well in the South

Sunday, January 22, 2012     

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Joseph Vincent Paterno Died Today, but his "Grand Experiment" Lives On!
(1 comments) Joe Paterno had a great impact on my life and on the lives of the all the people who really knew what he was about.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012     

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Three False Assertions by the Grand Jury turned the Press and Public against Joe Paterno and Penn State
(4 comments) Three misrepresentations in the grand jury summary of what Mike McQueary actually saw and actually reported to Joe Paterno inflamed both the press and the public against Joe Paterno and Penn State.

Saturday, December 17, 2011     

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Yesterday's Preliminary Hearing: What We Learned Concerning Joe Paterno (Part five of "What did Joe Paterno know ...
(5 comments) Yesterday the minor, but important, role played by Joe Paterno in reporting an allegation of sexual assault by former coach, Jerry Sandusky, became a bit clearer.

Sunday, December 11, 2011     

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New, Previously Suppressed Grand Jury Testimony and Joe Paterno: Part four of "What did Joe Paterno know and when...
(15 comments) New, previously suppressed testimony by Dr. Jonathon Dranov further discredits the grand jury report that was uncritically used by the news media and, then, the incited mob pressure Penn State's board of trustees to throw Joe Paterno under the bus.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011     

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DeLillo's Jesuit Priest, the Media Jackals, the Incited Mob and Joe Paterno: Part three of "What did Joe Paterno know ..
Condemning Joe Paterno on the basis of the grand jury report not only is a failure of what Socrates called effective virtue, it also is unethical, according to the authors of the book, Blind Spots.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011     

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The Grand Jury Report: Part two of "What did Joe Paterno know and when did he know it?"
(4 comments) State laws requiring mandatory reporting of child abuse severly limited Joe Paterno's options when he reported such abuse to higher officials. Still, he appears to have done more than the journalistic jackals and the mob beleive

Monday, November 21, 2011     

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What did Joe Paterno know and when did he know it? Part One
This article examines what Joe Paterno knew about Jerry Sandusky's alleged sexual molestations of young boys during the period from the mid-1970s to 1998.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011     

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Lynching Joe Paterno in the Court of Public Opinion
(17 comments) Thoughtless public opinion and reckless journalism has set the stage for Joe Paterno's lynching by Penn State's Trustees

Monday, September 12, 2011     

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Commemorating al Qaeda's Heinous Attacks on America, but Forgetting America's Equally Heinous Invasion of Iraq
(2 comments) Americans who paused to commemorate the tenth anniversary of al Qaeda's heinous attacks but fail to demand justice for America's heinous invasion of Iraq are hypocrites

Saturday, August 6, 2011     

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The Debt Ceiling Debacle, S&P's Credit Downgrade and "Boobus Americanus"
(4 comments) The ignorant American public, more so than the reckless Tea Party Republicans, are largely responsible for the debt ceiling debacle and the S&P credit downgrade

Wednesday, June 15, 2011     

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(A Review of) The Fair Society: The Science of Human Nature and the Pursuit of Social Justice, by Peter Corning
(3 comments) Americans live in a very unfair society. Peter Corning offers reasons and remedies for improving our situation

Thursday, May 12, 2011     

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Centuries of Lying in the Name of Christianity: A Review of Forged (by Bart D. Ehrman)
(7 comments) In his new book, Forged, Professor Bart Ehrman critically examines the New Testament and finds that Christians have not only forged specific verses but also entire books within that holy book.

Monday, May 2, 2011     

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What Say Ye, Bum and Scum, Today?
(1 comments) Birthers, neocons and Bush/Cheney rogues all criticize President Obama. I ask: What Say Ye Today?

Tuesday, April 26, 2011     

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America's Historical Illiteracy: A Review of The Future of History, by John Lukacs
(2 comments) In an unfortunaely disorganized new book, the esteemd historian, John Lukacs looks at the sad state of historical understanding in the United States and offers prescriptions for its improvement, if not its very salvation.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011     

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Examining Jesus' Passion through the Crucible of Doubt
(6 comments) As Good Friday approaches, it is appropriate to examine the errors and contradictions that undermine the New Testament's account of the Passion narrative.

Friday, April 1, 2011     

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The Myths That Buttress America's First National Pastime: A Review of Baseball in the Garden of Eden, by John Thorn
Baseball's founding myths for the historically illiterate

Monday, March 22, 2010     

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A Great Achievement for a Decent, Civilized United States of America
(1 comments) The impending Health Care law is a singulary historic accomplishment for the Obama administration and congressional Democrats. It also represents a stunning political defeat for Republicans.

Sunday, June 14, 2009     

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Igor Sutyagin and I. F. Stone: Spies?
(1 comments) Neither Igor Sutyagin nor I. F. Stone were spies, notwithstanding the former's incarceration in Russia and the smearing of the latter in a new book, Spies.

Monday, March 2, 2009     

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Last Rites for the United States, and Himself
(1 comments) A review of John Lukacs' Last Rites (and his "grand truth" about the world)

Thursday, January 15, 2009     

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Legacies? How About "Good Riddance to the Swine?"
(2 comments) Tony Auth's political cartoon of 14 January is worth a thousand words about the political swine, George Bush and Dick Cheney. They deserve to be cast on the trash heap of history

Wednesday, October 22, 2008     

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Screwing Philadelphia's Poor While Stroking Wall Street's Elite
(1 comments) While lavishing billions on Wall Street, the Bush administration has decided to kill Philadelphia's highly regarded school lunch program.

Thursday, September 11, 2008     

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By Playing its Iraq Card, Russia Exposes McCain's Poor National Security Judgment
(4 comments) The Taliban in Afghanistan, al Qaeda in Pakistan and, now, the Russians in Georgia, have exposed the strategic stupidity of McCain's obsession with keeping most of America's military forces tied down in Iraq. One can only speculate which country will next play the Iraq card to America's detriment.

Monday, July 21, 2008     

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Barack in Iraq
(3 comments) Having foolishly raised expectations to justify their invasion of Iraq, Bush and McCain have their reputations at stake. Which is why they cannot define success there as Barack Obama has defined it and why they have neither a strategy for success nor strategy for leaving Iraq. All they have is the surge (a mere tactic) and hope for a miracle.

Monday, June 30, 2008     

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Barack Obama: Don't go "Wobbly" on Iraq!
(3 comments) Recent flip-flops by Barack Obama bring into question his campaign pledge to "immediately begin to remove our troops from Iraq ...and have all of our combat brigades out of Iraq within 16 months" of his inaugeration. Obama supporters need to assure that he doesn't go wobbly on that pledge.

Thursday, June 12, 2008     

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Addressing America's "Deeper Malignancies"
(1 comments) According to Condoleezza Rice, the Bush administration's goal after September 11 was to address the deeper malignancies of the Middle East. Given America's illegal; immoral invasion of Iraq, a more pressing question is: "When will the rest of the world unite to "address the deeper malignancies" of the United States?

Tuesday, June 3, 2008     

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Scott McClellan's Residual Affection for Bush (the Psychopath?)
One shouldn't be surprised to learn that Bush held fast to the possibility of achieving greatness through war. Scott McClellan has confirmed Bush's opinion that "only a wartime president is likely to achieve greatness."

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